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5 Common Resume Mistakes

A good resume lists your work and educational experience, key skills, and accomplishments. It’s essentially a self-advertisement built to give a good first impression to hiring managers. Unfortunately, there are many common resume mistakes that could ruin your job...

Finding a Local Resume Writer

When you’re in the market for a new job, you need a solid resume. By working with a local resume writer, your resume gets the personal attention it needs. So do you. How do you find local help with your resume? Search Wisely The easiest way to find a local...

3 Tips for a Better Resume

Your resume helps you get a foot in the door. The rest is up to you. If you’re struggling to get a call back, you need a better resume. How can you make it happen? With these five tried-and-true tips. 1. Be Tense In elementary school, you learned about verbs....

The High Points of My 2020 Book Reading

The year 2020 had a lot of twists and turns, as did my reading list. While I’m not going to list all the books I read (you wouldn’t be impressed), I would like to point out a few that stood out. Business Books Last year, I finally caved and started...

Does My Business Need a Blog?

You started a small business with high hopes and a superior product or service. You spent countless hours getting your business plan on paper, renovating or building a physical location, creating a mission and vision statement, and tweaking your logo until it’s...

Review of Frase.io: Does It Work?

Search engine optimization (SEO), content creation, and keyword research—oh my! If these are important to you, then you’ve probably caught wind of Frase.io, a new tool created to help boost your SEO standings. Making use of artificial intelligence (AI), Frase...

How to Find the Right Book Editor

You’ve written your creative-writing heart out, and the world needs to read your words. So now what? It’s time for some professional book editing before dipping your toes into the publishing industry. Whether you plan to self-publish your book or pitch it...